Main Street, Bar Harbor, ca. 1910

Contributed by Penobscot Marine Museum


This circa 1910 view of Main Street, Bar Harbor, captures the appearance of the commercial district of one of America ’s leading Victorian summer resorts.

Visible are Perlinskey’s dry and fancy goods, Moran the New York tailor and Millar the merchant tailor on the left and the clothing stores of H.S. Nason and Hart, Scheffner & Marx on the right.

At the far right is the First National Bank, beyond which is the Bradley Block.

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